The 5th-seeded West Virginia Mountaineers Men’s Basketball team left Morgantown yesterday for Friday’s Sweet 16 appearance in Boston against top-seeded Villanova. WVU left a day early because of the winter storm hitting the east coast. Listen to the WVU/Villanova game on the OVSN 94.9 FM, we’ll take the air Friday night at 7 for the 7:30 tipoff.
A winter storm expected to hit the Northeast is forcing the West Virginia men’s basketball team to alter its travel plans for the third round of the NCAA Tournament. The 5th-seeded Mountaineers will leave today instead of tomorrow for Boston, where they face top-seeded Villanova Friday night at 7. Join the Ohio Valley Sports Network 94.9 FM Friday night at 6:30 for the Mountaineer’s pregame show.
College Hoops, the 18th-ranked West Virginia Mountaineers face Baylor tonight at 9 in the Big 12 Tournament. Join the OVSN 94.9 FM at 8:30 for the Mountaineers’ pregame show.
The Big 12 reprimanded WVU coach Bob Huggins for his comments about the officials after the Mountaineers’ loss to Kansas last week. Huggins, who was ejected from the game, pointed to the disparity in the teams’ number of free throws. Kansas took 35 foul shots; WVU attempted two. The 21st-ranked Mountaineers host Iowa State tomorrow night at 6.
Esa Ahmad and Jevon Carter both scored 15 points to lead 21st-ranked West Virginia past Baylor 71-60. The Mountaineers host Iowa State Saturday evening.
The 21st-ranked West Virginia Mountaineers visit Baylor tonight at 7. Join the Ohio Valley Sports Network, 94.9 FM, at 6:30 for the pregame.
Teddy Allen came off the bench to score 16 points and lead West Virginia past TCU 82-66. WVU visits 13th-ranked Kansas Saturday.
Lamont West scored 17 points as No. 19 West Virginia topped 17th-ranked Oklahoma 75-73. The Mountaineers host Oklahoma State Saturday at noon.
Donovan Jackson scored 25 points as Iowa State rolled past 15th-ranked West Virginia 93-77 to send the Mountaineers to their fifth loss in six games. WVU hosts Kansas State Saturday afternoon.
7th-ranked West Virginia shot just 33 percent and fell to TCU 82-73. Jevon Carter scored 16 points for the Mountaineers, who lost for the third time in four games. WVU battles Kentucky Saturday.